Review: Min Ji Laksa (Singapore)



Bendemeer Food Centre Singapore

Min Ji Laksa

is a fairly popular stall selling laksa and mee rebus. Its laksa has nice flavourful gravy. Thumbs up!



This laksa contains tau pok, fish cake slices, see hum and half a boiled egg with thick mee hoon and bean sprouts in a bowl of laksa gravy. An optional mildly sweet tasting chilli paste can be added to it.

This bowl of laksa has very nice flavourful gravy that has strong flavours of coconut milk and contains bits of dried shrimps. The tau pok is soaking with the gravy’s tastefulness and is lovely. The fish cake and see hum are rather decent too.

This is definitely a lovely bowl of laksa that I truly enjoyed. My one star goes to this. Thumbs up!

Mee Rebus

Besides laksa, mee rebus is served here as well. This mee rebus comes with tofu bits and a boiled egg, served with yellow noodles and bean sprouts. It is topped with crispy fried shallots, chopped green chilli and a piece of green lime on the side. A dash of slightly sweet tasting dark soya sauce is added on top of the egg.

The yellow noodles are fairly springy, and the tofu bits are soft with slightly crispy skin. As for the sauce, it is nicely flavoured with a mild tint of spiciness.

This plate of mee rebus is decent and likeable.


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